The old Red Dragon and Red Devil brands also have an interesting continuity in the new generation from home AMD, To our delight
AMD has completed its contemporary information embargo - and signaled the technical information about a host of Radeon RX 6800 and Radeon RX 6800 XT models in a dedicated design of its marketing partnership to start a fast flow to the network. Along with the weird and expensive models from XFX We have quite a few more advanced versions that you should know about, including those that come from another joint that focuses all its efforts only in the red camp without squinting to the side of NVIDIA - These are the updated Red Dragon and Red Devil models of PowerColor, Who will try to continue their dynasty with dignity.
The Red Dragon versions of the brand (backed by the Taiwanese company TUL Corporation) should be the more accessible and popular choice, similar to previous incarnations, without sacrificing proper advanced features like a large heatsink with three fans above it (the middle is smaller than the two on the sides - 90 millimeters in diameter And a diameter of 100 millimeters respectively) that needs 2.5 free slots on the motherboard and inside the case, a pair of BIOS arrays for maximum silence and optimal performance with a physical circuit for quick and easy replacement between them, metal metallic heat dissipation plate, pair of 8PIN connections provides power for any suitable amount of foreign Condition and also speed is easy in relation to what promises AMD For its reference versions. Radeon The RX 6800 in the Red Dragon version will be able to provide a maximum boost speed of 2,170MHz compared to 2,105MHz by default while theRadeon The RX 6800 XT in the Red Dragon version will be able to reach a boost speed of 2,310MHz, compared to 2,250MHz by default.
Red Devil versions will hit stores with a body Cooling More massive that needs 3 free slots in the case and motherboard, a more invested and interesting design that includes programmable built-in illumination, an improved printed circuit with 16 power phases in the RX 6800 XT version and 14 power phases in the RX 6800 (compared to 13 power phases and 12 power phases respectively in designs from AMD) and slightly increased operating frequencies of up to 2,190MHz in the RX 6800 and up to 2,340MHz in the RX 6800 XT.
Those who need to get rid of large sums of money as quickly as possible will also be able to look in stores for special editions of Red Devil cards, with a USB Type-C connector for virtual reality goggles that replaces one of three ports DisplayPort 1.4 that exist in the standard Red Dragon and Red Devil models (plus the creation of one HDMI 2.1 available in all models and versions) as the one and only hardware change - and a bonus similar to buttons designed for buttons Mechanical keyboards. Buyers of the RX 6800 will receive one shell designed inspired by the branding of the Red Devil series, while buyers of the limited edition RX 6800 XT will receive a pair of different outer covers for the keyboards they may have in their home.
The official announcements and product pages We do not confirm the prices of the models on the way, but based on rumors that the Red Devil Limited Edition of theRadeon The RX 6800 XT will carry a recommended price tag of $ 800, it can be cautiously assumed that the regular Red Devil model will cost a little less than this threshold ($ 750, which is $ 100 above AMD's stated recommended price?) While the Red Dragon will land a few miles away Tens of dollars from the price of the reference version. We do not have details about the prices for the versionsRadeon RX 6800 - but we will keep our fingers crossed that here the extra pricing will be a little more sane and will not be $ 150 above the base price of $ 550 stated by the developer of the processing cores itself.